Diablotek DA Series PSDA350 350W ATX12V
G.SKILL Value 4gb 240-pin DDR3 SDRAM 1333 Desktop Memory Model
Processor with Integrated GPU:
AMD A10-5800K Trinity 3.8GHz (4.2GHz Turbo) Socket FM2 100W Quad-Core Desktop APU (CPU + GPU) with DirectX 11 Graphic AMD Radeon HD 7660D
Also if you do manage to make a mid-range desktop gaming machine for same price as above that is better. That would be great. I do not want to buy this then find out one of the parts does not work together or as well...
Help is greatly appreciated.
Don't get that power supply get one from xfx , corsair , seasonic, PC power and cooling. The corsair 430 watt probably be a good match. And get the fastest ram you can at least 1600 preferably higher it will give you better performance with the apu
I have to agree that $400 is the absolute minimum for a gaming computer, especially if you want something that's "mid-range". Getting a decent CPU and GPU will suck up at least $200 instantly if you wanna be mid-range. A $320 gb hdd is like $55 at least (no point in getting 250gb cuz it costs the same). The case will be $40 or more. Ram will be $35-40 for good, cheap 1333-1600mhz ram. Power supply should always be at least 430w from a reputable brand.
Usually only HTPC's are $300.
I hate to say this though =/. An xbox 360 or ps3 might be a better option.